On the Feast of Pentecost we celebrate the birthday of the Church.
Prior to the Gospel acclamation, we will hear what is called the Pentecost Sequence. During the Middle Ages, many sequences were written for the Mass. Only 4 sequences remain - Easter and Pentecost are the most common.
A sequence is a form of liturgical poetry that emphasizes the celebration of the day.
The weekend of May 29-30th, we will celebrate The Solemnity of the Trinity.
As Catholics, we believe in a Triune God, or a God who is three distinct persons in one God. Learn more about this teaching by watching the videos below.
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On Sunday, June 6th, we will celebrate the Feast of Corpus Christi. Corpus Christi means "the body and blood of Christ" in Latin.
On this feast, also called The Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ, we celebrate the importance of the Eucharist.